A recent batch of acquisitions by African carriers has boosted Bombardier’s presence on the continent. “As we seek to increase our market share on the continent, we have successfully placed a significant number of pre-owned regional aircraft with more than seven airlines from the region in the last three months,” Bombardier Commercial Aircraft VP sales-Middle East and Africa Jean-Paul Boutibou said. South Africa’s CemAir became a new operator of the Q400, ...

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